Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning

We cover many companies throughout the year, and not all of them make it to the EContent 100 list. But that doesn't make what they're doing any less interesting—or important. That's why, each year, we like to spotlight a few companies that we think are doing the kind of work that makes the industry sit up and take notice. We'll be keeping an eye on them during the next year, and you should too.

Posted Dec 09, 2019

It was only a few short years ago that we were exclaiming the importance of a mobile-first content strategy. While those devices are still at the heart of most marketing strategies Voice is becoming an increasingly important part of the marketing mix.

Posted Nov 25, 2019

The fight against fake news that is fueled by deep-fake content is a rapidly evolving field with high stakes. We can expect several companies to take a stab at solving this challenge.

Posted Nov 12, 2019

In Part III of this three-part series on "Artificial Intelligence and the Connected World," we examine the role of Linguistic AI in content distribution and how global marketers will deliver more relevant and effective content to engage with people.

Posted Oct 09, 2019

Conversational assistants such as Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri, and Cortana are growing in popularity, especially among consumers. But there's still some way to go before they're

Posted Oct 07, 2019

Voyager helps advertisers maximize ad performance at all campaign stages.

Posted Oct 03, 2019

No more judges. No more categories. This year, the EContent 100 list of companies that matter most in the digital content industry was decided by our readers. From web content management to digital experience tools, from content monetization to translation and globalization, you weighed in to determine the 2019 winners.

Posted Oct 02, 2019

According to a new financial update, Inuvo expects the 2019 quarterly sequential growth rate to be 35% for its IntentKey Ai platform.

Posted Sep 26, 2019

Emotional AI (or emotion recognition AI) can be described as the automated detection of human emotions and feelings using software. Read on for an overview of emotional AI and potential use cases/applications.

Posted Sep 16, 2019

In Part II of this three-part series on "Artificial Intelligence and the Connected World," we examine the role of Linguistic AI in content translation and how for global marketers, this means more meaningful, timely and actionable content.

Posted Sep 11, 2019

2019 is the year of AI. Its rise in the last few years has been as unstoppable as the robots portrayed in sci-fi films. In 2016, AI did not feature in the top 100 search terms on Gartner. By May 2017, AI ranked seventh. Gartner predicts that by 2020, AI technologies will be present in almost all new software products and services.

Posted Sep 09, 2019

New artificial intelligence (AI) solution designed specifically to modernize the Digital Workplace and enrich content throughout the Content Lifecycle.

Posted Aug 29, 2019

Nuxeo, a cloud-native Content Services Platform, announced the general availability of its Nuxeo Sitecore Connector and Aspera connector, as well as a new version of its Adobe Creative Cloud Connector.

Posted Aug 29, 2019

If you want to overcome your concerns and remain relevant, then you ought to put all your strength into approaching business trends with well-defined A.I. strategies and tools.

Posted Aug 28, 2019

AI systems are not infallible. Sometimes, errors can seem harmless, but the stakes can be high in scenarios such as hiring, loan grants, policing, and criminal justice.

Posted Aug 27, 2019

The challenges of personalization have long been too much for some brands to overcome. But technological advancements, like AI, have helped make personalization a more attainable goal.

Posted Aug 26, 2019

The emerging field of AI-driven market research is putting marketing's holy grail within reach--with market research available more broadly at a fraction of its former cost and time commitment.

Posted Aug 21, 2019

AI and the IoT are shaping the future of consumer and enterprise applications in the digital content industry and beyond. Explore the ethical concerns and amazing opportunities presented by AI and its offshoots.

Posted Aug 19, 2019

As it is now powered by AI, language technology mimics the human ability to understand, reason and learn from cross-media content as well as to make customer-centric and data-driven decisions accordingly.

Posted Aug 14, 2019

Explore what happens when chatbots go wrong--and what you can do to make sure they are a help and not a hindrance to your customer relationships.

Posted Aug 13, 2019

Brands gain the ability to act on user-generated responses at scale, while improving customer experience, local rankings and voice search.

Posted Aug 08, 2019

Vennli's smart content planning tool includes artificial intelligence to help suggest content topics and organizes content briefs based on a marketer's business objective.

Posted Aug 08, 2019

Luminoso Daylight now features advanced sentiment analysis in a no-code application for customer analytics.

Posted Aug 08, 2019

In Part I of this three-part series on "Artificial Intelligence and the Connected World," we examine the role of Linguistic AI in content creation and how global marketers can prepare for a future where content creates itself, and prevent content "parking lots" or mountains where material may become obsolete or overlooked.

Posted Aug 07, 2019

Philo launched its national streaming service in November 2017. Like any new company, growth is a big challenge. Getting the word out and converting potential customers into subscribers are especially important for this subscription-based OTT service. Philo knew influencers were going to be a big factor in acquiring new users, but as an analytics-focused company, it wanted to be sure it was getting the best bang for its buck. How could Philo be sure it was targeting the right influencers?

Posted Aug 05, 2019